Custom Solutions & Bespoke Products

Fiber-based substrates and coatings to meet your specifications.

Challenge

Does your production team have performance challenges with your current product? Our engineers can combine custom fiber furnishes with special additives, including a wide variety of polymers used for saturating and coating, to improve efficiency and product performance.

Looking for a more sustainable solution – perhaps replacing PVC or styrene for a renewable fiber-based alternative? Work with us to create a “plastic-replacement” solution for your specific application.

Papermaking Capabilities

Have a look at our product offering. You might find what you’re looking for:

Coating Capabilities

Monadnock can apply aesthetic and performance coatings on its two-station rod coating machine.

• Trim 62” (157 cm)
• Coat Weight .25 – 30 lb./ream/side (.325 – 66 gsm)
• Tie, Hold Out and Barrier Coatings
• Adhesive Coatings
• Gravure, Flexographic, Screen and Offset Coatings
• Inkjet Receptive Coatings
• Toner Adhesion Coatings

Contact us about toll coating opportunities.

Eco-Benefits

All Monadnock products are manufactured carbon neutral (VERs) using 100% renewable Green-e certified wind powered electricity (RECs) under a third-party certified ISO 14001 EMS. Monadnock uses elemental chlorine free virgin fiber. All papers are made process chlorine free. Monadnock is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified and will manufacture your product with responsibly sourced virgin or post-consumer waste fiber.

 

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